Pooh’s Heffalump Movie on Disc in May

Following a moderately successful theatrical run, DisneyToon Studios’ latest trip to the Hundred Acre Woods is making its way to home video on May 24. The new adventure starring ... Continue Reading →

Lions Gate inCG Foodfight!

Lions Gate hopes to get its family film business back on track by co-producing and distributing an upcoming computer-animated feature titled Foodfight!. This flagship project for the ... Continue Reading →

Cameras Roll on Superman

Warner Bros. today announced the start of principal photography on Superman Returns, the latest big-screen incarnation of the DC Comics franchise. Under the direction of Bryan Singer ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Villain Goes to Church

Following his Oscar-nominated co-starring turn in the breakout indie hit, Sideways, Thomas Haden Church is entering the Rogues’ Gallery as the new baddie in Spider-Man’s ... Continue Reading →

X-Men 3 Gets Director

The superhero movie news keeps rolling in as Daily Variety reports that British director Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake) has been hired to helm X-Men 3 for 20th Century Fox and Marvel Ent. ... Continue Reading →

Ring Reigns Over Robots

Chills prevailed over chuckles at the North-American box office over the weekend. After one week at the top of the charts, Fox Animation’s Robots slipped to No. 2 as DreamWorks’ ... Continue Reading →

Sony Eyes Marvel’s Killraven

With all of the major comic book superheroes picked over by Hollywood, some of the lesser-known caped crusaders are getting a shot a the big screen. The latest adaptation news comes ... Continue Reading →

Cameras Roll on Superman

Warner Bros. today announced the start of principal photography on Superman Returns, the latest big-screen incarnation of the DC Comics franchise. Under the direction of Bryan Singer ... Continue Reading →

Steamboy Rockets to North American Theaters

Acclaimed anime director Katsuhro ‘tomo is back with a new animated adventure which makes its eagerly awaited North American theatrical debut today. For Steamboy, his first feature-length ... Continue Reading →

Ring Two After Robots Spot

Scary digital effects by Rhythm & Hues and humorous CG animation by Fox’s Blue Sky Studios collide at the box office this weekend. DreamWorks’ horror sequel, The Ring ... Continue Reading →